The Internet experts at AVM want to make sure that you also have fast Internet in your home office. The FRITZ!Repeater 6000 is a mesh router that not only wants to score with modern WiFi 6, but also with 12 antennas.
Fast Internet for all devices
With the home office, more devices that require an active Internet connection have made their way into many private households. However, many home networks are not at all designed to provide fast Internet to many different devices. Accordingly, the FRITZ!Repeater 6000 is now intended to remedy the situation. The 4×4 tri-band repeater aims to provide proper wireless performance to any WiFi enabled device.
So anyone who struggles with slow Internet connections in their home office day after day should definitely take a look at the new repeater. In addition to the integration of many devices, an impressive range and a stable connection should also be possible. This is made possible not only by three different wireless units, but also by twelve antennas. In addition, the integration into its own mesh provides, among other things, practical smart home functions.
Intelligent allocation of radio power
AVM promises that the repeater is capable of a targeted smart distribution of bandwidth. This means that even with a high utilization of the available radio power, stable functioning of the wireless network should always be guaranteed. Especially when several bandwidth-hungry applications are running at the same time, this should not lead to a drop in Internet performance. In times of households where a video conference is taking place in one room and Netflix is streamed in 4K resolution in the next room, this sounds quite promising. However, it should not be forgotten that the repeater cannot bring Internet into the home office. The external connection has to play along with a correspondingly high bandwidth.
Three wireless modules and two LAN ports
An internal bandwidth of 6 GB/s should be able to provide the fastest possible wireless connection. Inside the FRITZ!Repeater 6000, a total of three wireless modules operate. While two of the modules operate at 5 GHz, the third works at 2.4 GHz. AVM promises that each individual radio unit should make four different streams possible. Besides wireless connections, classic LAN connections are also possible. Here, a LAN port with 2.5 GB and a Lan port with 1 GB are available to the user.
In terms of design, AVM takes an exciting step with its new repeater. For example, the FRITZ!Repeater 6000 comes as a standalone device rather than a “plug-in” device. As a result, one should be able to benefit from a higher variability in the area of location selection.
AVM also wants to score in terms of compatibility. The repeater should also be able to work with LAN products from the competition without any problems. Nevertheless, the best case scenario is to opt for cooperation with other devices from the “FRITZ! family”. This way, you should not only be able to establish a connection comfortably at the push of a button. Also the stability of the network is to turn out then at the highest.
Price and availability
Of course, AVM also relies on the use of the in-house FRITZ! operating system for its new FRITZ!Repeater 6000. This should not only be able to ensure smooth operation, but also regular updates. Those who are interested in the promised guarantor for a fast wireless home network, can strike from May. The FRITZ!Repeater 6000 will then be available on the market at an RRP of 219 Euros.